A tunnel of blooms on the sidewalk along North Main Street.
Spring is officially a few days away, but these trees on North Main Street near Trinity Lutheran Church are blooming already.
NOMA Square in the rain.
Today is PI day (3.14) and a new choice is now in Greenville – World Piece in the Westone center is now open and serves Chicago Style Pizza as shown in the photo. This is definitely a different type of pizza, so World Piece also serves traditional pizza, burgers and wings.
As part of the makeover of the facilities in McPherson park, asphalt in the parking area was replaced with gravel held in place by a grid. This allows water to enter the soil instead of immediately running off into the creek. Every little bit helps to prevent stormwater issues later.
This bridge in McPherson Park has been replaced and the access improved.
People making use of the path along the Reedy River.
Before the CVS building, the Kress Building occupied this space on Main Street. Back in the day, it had a popular lunch counter. It was finally demolished in 2001.
The rebranding of the GHS system office on East McBee Avenue to Prisma Health.
The historic McClaren Medical Shelter is located in the West End on Wardlaw Street.
Dr. E. E. McClaren, an African American physician founded this private hospital in this location in 1949 because he was denied practice at Greenville General Hospital (white). The hospital had nine beds and served Greenville’s African American community. 1
Although eligible for the National Register of Historic places, it is not yet protected. The area is under study by developers for modern uses, and there is ongoing discussion about how to preserve it in place or move it or make it a museum.